Are natural remedies for maxillary sinus cancer safe?

No. There is no natural treatment for maxillary sinus cancer. We are seeing this same question many times about different cancers. Doctors are not banding together against natural remedies. They have their place but not for cancer. Cancer can kill people. You can get fifty opinions and the answer will be the same. This disease needs surgery/radiation/chemo. See an oncologist.
No. If they were, i would know abou them. The fda's mission is to fine products that are "safe", meaning their adverse effects identified and risk gauged, and "effective, " meaning a legitimate study comparing treatment tested vs something established. Sinus infection is common; cancer is not, and can be quite painful, and even lethal. Go to an expert. Don't fiddle while your sinus burns.

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Is there more than one good way to treat maxillary sinus cancer?

Many ways. There are many tumor types, but squamous cell carcinoma is the most common in this location. Usually, an excision (surgery) is employed first, usually followed up by radiation therapy. Chemotherapy is not usually used for these types of cancer. The specific tumor type though, can change the type of treatment used. Read more...
Yes. Depending on the stage, possible therapies include surgical resection, chemotherapy, and radiation. Many times the treatment will involve all 3. Check with your oncologist or ENT surgeon to see what's best for you. Read more...
Yes! Get opinions. Early decision matter in cancer treatment, so it's important to get multiple opinions. One should be from an academic medical center. You will need an otolaryngologist (ENT) for a surgery opinion, and opinions from a medical oncologist and radiation oncologist. For more info go to http://www.Cancer.Gov/cancertopics/pdq/treatment/paranasalsinus/patient. Read more...

Eat healthy. Exercise. Avoid smoking. Why did I get maxillary sinus cancer?

Uncertain. Genetic susceptibility and environmental factor usually determine the occurrence of cancers. The extent of the role of one or the other factor are often unclear and intertwined. Exposure to some metals is associated with sinus cancer, however in most case the cause may remain undetermined. Read more...
Exposure. Some evidence points to exposure to certain inhaled industrial chemicals, dusts, or metals. Hpv (human papilloma virus) infection is also associated with maxillary sinus cancer. There's good info here: http://www.Cancer.Gov/cancertopics/pdq/treatment/paranasalsinus/patient. Read more...

Had maxillary sinus cancer and extensive surgery in sept '12., experiencing occasional sudden sharp pains in the lines of the incision. Is this usual?

Ask the doctor who.. While it may be common to have the pains you describe in the area of the surgery, we can't give you a definite answer over the internet. Speak to the doctor who did the surgery or who is currently monitoring you. We can't know what is or is not normal for you or your situation, not having treated you, nor able to clinically examine you. Read more...
Yes. As the nerves regenerate you can experience sharp shooting pain, itching, etc. It will settle down with time. Read more...
Recovery pain. After surgery of this sort, it is common to have pain and/or altered sensations in and around the surgical site. These unpleasant sensations can persist for months (even longer), as healing continues. It takes 12-18 months to heal completely and may be accompanied by other abnormal sensations. Read more...

What is the treatment for maxillary sinus carcinoma?

Surgery Chemo XRT. Depending on the stage of the disease, this is usually treated initially with surgery, followed by radiation +/- chemotherapy. Patients who are unsuitable for surgery are usually treated with a combination of chemotherapy and radiation. Read more...